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#CAAHoops Weekly At The League’s Awards Banquet

Mar 7, 2014, 7:12 AM EDT

The Colonial Athletic Association closed it regular season and officially opened its 2014 postseason in style last night at its annual awards banquet. The event, held in Baltimore, Md., on the eve of the 2014 #CAAHoops Championship, celebrated the achievements of the league’s teams and its student-athletes. Towson’s Jerrelle Benimon was named the league’s Player of the Year and the Delaware Blue Hens took home the league’s regular season championship trophy.

Our #CAAHoops Weekly crew was on site at the event and have a full recap of the awards handed out, the atmosphere at the event and much more. Enjoy below. For more on the individual honors, links to every video featured during the ceremony and a photo gallery from the evening logon to

We are just under 12 hours from tip-off of the 2014 #CAAHoops Championship…Bobby Broyles & Rob Washburn have been busy the last couple days previewing the postseason event. Let the duo get you set for the action on the court with the Championship Edition of #CAAHoops Weekly, presented by GEICO.

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We are featuring a great #CAAHoopsUnder25 game today and hint hint this guy plays a big part in it. Swipe to spread congrats for our postseason awards & honors in Women's T&F! 
Athlete of the Year - Regan Rome
Rookie of the Year - Alexys Taylor
Coach of the Year - Mike Jackson

#CAASports Sharing our final postseason #CAASports awards -> first in men's track & field! 
Athletes of the Year - Moe Holmes & Taylor Frenia
Rookie of the Year - David Adams
Coach of the Year - Cathrine Erickson A big moment for Precious Hall in 2016-17 was surpassing the 2000 career points mark! #CAAHoops